Review, Before/After Photos, Ingredients: GLAMGLOW Tingling & Exfoliating Mud Mask
What a fun experience using a 10-minute mud mask, especially during NYFW. I saw the camouflage-green change on my face, and pictured this look as innovative on the runway! LOL!
This is an award-winning, 100% natural and vegan exfoliating mud mask made from volcanic rock, French sea clay and green tea leaf pieces. My son and daughter watched in amazement as the mask dried.
Once cleansed, my skin felt so soft and my pores looked as if they were diminished. It was designed for behind-the-scenes use in Hollywood’s entertainment, music, fashion and award industries — as it gives immediate results and offers camera-ready, glowing skin.
Amazing results include:
Noticeable 3-day glow from skin collagen synthesis
Helps diminish fine lines and wrinkles
Leaves skin brighter, smooth and soft
Multi-level resurfacing exfoliation and evens skintone
Helps tighten skin and minimize pores
Absorbs impurities without removing natural oils
Helps protect against free-radical damage
Available for $69.00, GLAMGLOW can be found at retailers such as Nordstrom (online as well), Neiman Marcus (where it won the 2012 & 2013 Beauty Award Winner), Harrod’s and Sephora stores (online as well). It works, beautystatnistas! It truly gave my skin a glowing, soft, smooth, even tone. I’m loving it!
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- Nicole Gordon Levine
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